March 10, 2016

SUS Spurs Mother And Son To Success
When Terrence Francis was just 2-years old, he and his mother, Trina Celestine, spent a difficult 18 months living in a shelter.  So Trina got in touch with her local councilman who advised her to reach out to SUS for help and soon she got an apartment in SUS' Stratford House in the Bronx...READ MORE                                

SUS Receives A HEROES Grant
In October 2015 SUS received a CSAT (Center for Substance Abuse and Treatment) grant from SAMSHA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) to provide housing to 150 homeless individuals including chronically-homeless veterans.  The grant will also help...READ MORE
Rosie's Road To Independence
College can often be a stressful and challenging time for students. There is the seemingly endless list of classes to attend and assignments to complete.  For students with behavioral health issues, college can also be overwhelming. Rosie is a young woman in her early 20s who attends...READ MORE


Get Ready to Rally!
SUS is joining a rally on March 11 to advocate for DSPs to receive an increase in wages to $15 per hour...READ MORE 
It's Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month which allows us to...READ MORE

NC State Students Paint Renaissance
Our Renaissance shelter continues to receive a much needed fresh coat...READ MORE 
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